Newbie question from a sysadmin…. 🙂
Our developers have created a webservice based on LUA and C# and wish to host it on our Iguana server.
Can the Iguana server provide for a access log in common log format (or any other well known format), or would you recommend setting up an Apache or IIS front end with a redirect to the Iguana server for that purpose? What is common practice?
Any hints would be most welcome.
I don’t believe Iguana produces an access log, but your idea of setting up a server with a redirect seems very reasonable to me. I’ve done exactly that with a very lightweight nginx server using a ‘rewrite’ directive to handle some requests in an Iguana channel.
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